Only vaccination of 60% of employees in the service sector will help keep such enterprises and organizations in the Vladimir region in the usual mode of operation. This was stated by Deputy Governor Olga Grebneva at a meeting on the introduction of anticoviral restrictions in the region. She added that the situation with the incidence of coronavirus is becoming more complicated.
The Departments of Health and Entrepreneurship are ready to organize visits of medical teams to enterprises for vaccination. The first deputy head of the region Alexander Remiga ordered to inform the interested parties about such an opportunity.
“The administration of the Vladimir region received recommendations of the regional department of Rospotrebnadzor to limit the work of some business areas. In case there is no mass vaccination of the population and the growth of morbidity continues, these measures are likely to be expanded. We would like to work out joint decisions in order to avoid closing of businesses as much as possible,” the press service of the regional administration quotes Alexander Remiga.
Representatives of the business community promised to do their utmost to organize a vaccination campaign against coronavirus. Introduction of strict restrictive measures – such as last fall – threatens new losses and staff turnover.
On June 21, new restrictive measures were introduced in the Vladimir region because of the coronavirus. Thus, employers were recommended to transfer 30% of employees to remote work, catering establishments were allowed to work with a maximum seating capacity of 50%, and discos and contests could be held only for vaccinated or PCR-tested customers.